Verizon Currently Offering $300 Off $400+ Priced Smartphones

UPDATE: Looks like the promotion is over now.

For anyone currently in the market for a new smartphone, there are plenty of great options to choose from. If you are after a modular phone, there are options, if you are after a phone which comes boasting 6GB RAM, there are options, a phone with curved edges, there are options. However, while there are plenty of different designs to choose from, the one commonality between all the high-profile options is that they are not exactly cheap. In fact, while there are affordable options coming through, the top end of the market seems to be slowly creeping up in price.

If you are in the market for a new smartphone, then it looks like Verizon is looking to bag your custom by offering quite a good deal on the most expensive smartphones they carry. The short of the deal is that Verizon is offering a steep discount of $300 off the cost of any smartphone listed on the Verizon site. To take advantage of the deal, there are two specific caveats. The first is that a new device payment plan is required, which is probably to be expected. The other main caveat is that the smartphone you want to purchase must cost at least $400 to begin with, which is not a bad caveat considering you can save up to $300 off the overall cost.

It also could not be simpler to take advantage of the promotion. All you have to do is literally use the coupon code FORYOU300 during checkout. At which point, the $300 discount will be automatically applied. So generally speaking, this is a pretty good deal for those looking to pick up a new device from Verizon. Without checking if the discount does work on all phones listed, Verizon does note that it is available for any device. So it is presumed, you do have your pick of the crop. Unfortunately, at the moment there are no details on how long the promotion is good for. However, if you want to find out more about the deal or to take advantage of the promotion and grab a $400+ smartphone with $300 off, head through the link below and over to Verizon.

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